Excerpt: Demolition has begun on SunCal Cos.' first Bay Area project, a $200 million gamble on Oakland's former Oak Knoll Naval Hospital. But a steep acquisition price, rising construction costs and a battered housing market leave the...
San Francisco Business Times: SunCal rolls $200M dice on Oak Knoll hospital site
Added: Nov 22, 2007 at 9:00 PM
VV Daily Press (Victorville): City still waiting for Majestic Hills plan
Excerpt: The specific plan for a 4,200-home community in Summit Valley still has not been submitted to the city, several months after the company behind the project estimated it would be drawn up in July.
Added: Nov 20, 2007 at 1:26 PM
Alameda Sun: Navy Estimates 10 years, Half Billion for Clean Up
Excerpt: It will cost taxpayers a total of $435.8 million to clean up the former Naval Air Station Alameda by the time work is completed a decade from now, according to the most recent government estimates. "The cost spent to date on...
Added: Oct 18, 2007 at 9:00 PM
Alameda Sun: City Begs for EPA Intervention on Navy Mess
Excerpt: City officials, aghast at a Navy plan to shroud a toxic dump site at the former Naval Air Station Alameda with a thin layer of dirt, are calling on federal and state officials to intervene and clean up the site. In a strongly...
Added: Jul 21, 2007 at 2:07 PM
East Bay Business Times: Alameda approves two-year negotiating agreement with SunCal
Excerpt: Mayor Beverly Johnson said she was concerned the exclusive negotiating agreement did not provide enough details regarding financial backers and third-party development partners to ensure the master developer will follow through on...
Added: Jul 19, 2007 at 9:00 PM
Alameda Sun: Chinatown Worries Over Alameda’s Growth
Excerpt: The impending mass of development in the city of Alameda’s West End will increase the amount of cars driving through the Webster-Posey tubes, studies have shown. Members of an Oakland Chinatown advisory committee are concerned with...
Added: Jan 11, 2007 at 9:00 PM
Alameda Sun: Developer Pulls Out of Point
Excerpt: Cooling housing market and land price sour redevelopment deal The redevelopment of the former Alameda Naval Air Station suffered a major setback last week when the developer informed the city they were pulling out of the project...
Added: Sep 27, 2006 at 10:00 PM